Congressman Josh Gottheimer held a press conference highlighting the importance of cutting back on regulations that are onerous to businesses.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer announced a plan to revive bipartisan cooperation on infrastructure funding.
New York approved the first congestion pricing plan in America for traffic below 60th Street in Manhattan -- tolls to limit traffic, promote cleaner air and raise money for MTA. NJ lawmakers call it a ...
The state is taking legal action against a Sussex County resident who they say is operating an unlawful solid waste dump on his property in Vernon Township.
With the partial federal government shutdown entering its third week, airports are beginning to feeling the strain.
The governor, New Jersey's two U.S. senators, and eight of the 12-person House delegation discussed top priorities going into the new Congress.
Even though Murphy signed a law authorizing the workaround, the state warned it “makes no representations with respect to how the IRS will treat property tax creditable contributions to a charitable ...
A congressional bill from the 90s is cited as one of the biggest factors that has led to the doctor shortage.
Republicans suggest they want to make the SALT deduction cap, currently to sunset in 2025, a permanent measure, prompting blowback from NJ residents and officials.
The money in the fall election is going overwhelmingly to the Democrats. All five Republican seats and one Democratic seat are considered in play.
The new federal law would require school bus driver infractions to be logged within 24 hours in a database monitored by the federal Department of Transportation.
The number of anti-Semitic incidents rose 32 percent in New Jersey last year.
Gottheimer ignored questions on school bus driver background checks at a school bus safety news conference.
Critics of Dodd-Frank have been working to roll back the regulations since it passed in 2010. Tuesday’s House vote is the first, in what many expect to be more, dismantling the banking rule.
Gottheimer joined Local 825 Operating Engineers at a training site in Dayton.